If you have foot pain that you can’t manage with rest and medications, you can schedule a diagnostic evaluation at Rogers Foot & Ankle Institute. Their skilled podiatrists offer X-rays and other diagnostic tests on-site to identify the source of your foot pain. They provide nonsurgical and surgical treatments to ease your pain and improve the overall function of your feet. Call the Saratoga Springs or American Fork, Utah, office to schedule a foot pain evaluation or book an appointment online today.
Acute foot pain may result from minor injuries to your foot, plantar warts on your heel, muscle sprains, or ligament strains. This type of pain typically lasts for a few days or weeks.
Chronic foot pain that lasts for six months or longer may be due to:
Rogers Foot & Ankle Institute offers diagnostic testing services in-office to identify the cause of foot pain in adults and children.
The experienced podiatrists also create a treatment plan for your needs to address the root cause of your pain and improve the overall function of your foot.
You should schedule a diagnostic evaluation at Rogers Foot & Ankle Institute if you have foot pain that doesn’t improve with rest and over-the-counter medications. You might also need medical attention if your foot pain worsens, even if you have home care.
The providers offer X-rays and other diagnostic tests on-site to evaluate the health of soft tissues and bones in your feet. Testing can confirm stress fractures, ligament tears, arthritis, and other conditions that contribute to your pain.
Based on your test results, the team customizes a care plan to ensure your foot heals properly and that you achieve lasting pain relief.
Your treatment plan depends on the underlying cause of your foot pain. The Rogers Foot & Ankle Institute team can recommend nonsurgical therapies like:
If you have tears in the soft tissues or fractures in the bones of your feet, you might need surgery. The team uses advanced surgical techniques to make repairs without damaging surrounding tissue.
They also provide complete after-care services following surgery and continue to monitor your recovery to ensure your foot heals completely. You can access resources to lower your risk for additional foot pain. For instance, if you play sports, the team can recommend warm-up exercises you can do to prevent ligament strains and other sports injuries.
Call Rogers Foot & Ankle Institute to schedule a foot pain consultation or book an appointment online today.